Induced Draft Cooling Towers with Rectangular Appearance
Warm water from the heat source is pumped to the water distribution system at the top of the tower through pipes. This water is divided and distributed over the wet deck fill by low pressure water distribution nozzles. Simultaneously, air is drawn in through the air inlet louvers at the base of the tower and travels upward through the wet deck fill which is opposite the water flow. A small portion of the water is evaporated which removes the heat from the remaining water. The warm moist air is drawn on the top of the cooling tower by the fan and discharged to the atmosphere. The cooled water drains to the basin at the bottom of the tower and is returned to the heat source. This design (vertical air discharge) considering the hot-air move upward and there is certain distance between the fresh air intakes and the warm humid air outlets to reduce the chance of air recirculation.
Structure and Panels
ICE standard cooling towers use the latest highly corrosion-resistant coated steel sheet which consist zinc as the main substrate, in combination with Al, Mg and a trace amount of silicon.
The steel (same material as the enclosure) basin complete with a slope design bottom to avoid water stagnation. And it consists of a water outlet connection with anti-vortex filter, a bleed-off and overflow connection, a make-up water connection complete with float valve, a reinforced PVC air inlet grilles and a bleed off pipe.
Wet Deck Fill / Heat Exchanger
ICE rectangular open cooling tower is equipped with the exclusive herringbone evaporating fill pack made of PVC foils welded together and suitably shaped to optimize the turbulence of the fluids to increase the efficiency of the heat exchange.
ICE open circuit cooling towers installed with the latest generation axial fans, with balanced impeller and adjustable blades with high efficiency profile. Low noise fans are available on demand.